Vietnam War OG107 Fatigue Utility Pants, commonly known as Baker pants, the general to call it by its color OG107, using herringbone fabric, later changed to satin, then later is thin cotton satin. They were used primarily as workwear and as combat uniforms during the Vietnam War.
These shorts use our custom-made fabrics, and the materials are based on 1960s versions, often referred to as "COTTON SATEEN." It's different from the tribute silk used in the 1950s, and it was relatively light, soft, breathable, and of moderate thickness.
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the shorts are well made, the fit is great, very pleased with my purchase
The Fatigue shorts have become my favorite summer pants! Light yet sturdy with a nice grip and feel. I'm 1,82 / 76 kg and wear a size M. They are getting softer by wear so I found the option to adjust the width very helpful. They don't change after washing and are holding up very well - I don't see myself in need to get new ones for the next couple of years.